Thu., Feb. 26, 8 p.m.
As Provo's music scene grows, it seems to be growing more diverse as well. There are many local female solo musicians and female-fronted bands that have been making music and facing the spotlights on Utah stages, ...
Los Rakas' culture-coalescing, unity-championing hip-hop is now a decade deep
For two videos released by the same group a mere five months apart, the clips for Los Rakas' "Sueño Americano" and "We Dem Rakaz (Hola)" can't get more tonally dissimilar.
For Hanni El Khatib's reckless, disheveled rock & roll, imagery is everything
There has long been more to music than music. As long as music-related illustrations, photography and film will be distributable en masse, visual music culture will remain intertwined with the aural. Images shape sound, and vice versa.
If talent were measured by the rate of an artist's improvement, The White Arrows have proven themselves gifted. The Los Angeles-based pop outfit got their start in New York in 2011, where they gained immediate attention from indie music blogs.
Utah singer-songwriter releases new album, Just Another Day
"You gotta think about death," says Cedar Hills-based folk singer-songwriter and musician Timmy the Teeth. Not so much that you focus too much on that inevitable big sleep, but just enough to remind you to live in the present.
Best of Utah Music (previously known as the City Weekly Music Awards) isn’t about City Weekly. It’s not about giving our best friend’s crappy tambourine band a free night onstage. It’s not about increasing the cool factor of any of our writers, and it’s (definitely) not about padding our pockets. They’re about you, the local musicians and music fans who work every day to make this city and its music scene better.